These are your favorite shops at the Potteries Center

Shoppers voted for their favorite shops at the Potteries Centre. Hanley Shopping Center has revealed the winners of its 2022 awards, after a two-year hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Votes were cast in 13 competitive categories, including Women’s and Men’s Fashion Store of the Year, Health and Beauty Store of the Year, Food and Beverage of the Year, Specialty Store of the year and the best team award. Shopping center teams also voted for the Health & Safety Compliance and Green/Sustainable awards, new for 2022.

The winners were announced at an awards night at the DoubleTree by Hilton hotel in Festival Park. The winners received a reclaimed wood trophy, showcasing the centre’s commitment to sustainability, produced by local company Stoke2000.

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The winners were:

Women’s Fashion Store of the Year

Winner – Primark

Highly recommended – H&M

Menswear Boutique of the Year

Winner – JD Sports

Highly recommended – Jack & Jones

Children’s Fashion Boutique of the Year

Winner – Primark

Highly recommended – H&M

Shoe Store of the Year

Winner – Schuh

Highly Recommended – JD Sports

Health and Beauty Store of the Year

Winner – Superdrug

Highly Recommended – Lush

Jewelry and Accessories Boutique of the Year

Winner – Pandora

Highly recommended – Beaverbrooks

Digital Lifestyle Store of the Year

Winner – HMV

Highly Recommended – Game

Specialty Store of the Year

Winner – Cineworld

Highly Recommended – The Host



Shoppers voted for their favorite stores at the Potteries Center

Food and drink of the year

Winner – Chiquito

Highly recommended – Bon Pan Asian

Green/Sustainable Award

Winner – Lush

Highly Recommended – The Host

Health and Safety Compliance Award

Winner – Beaverbrooks

Highly recommended – New look

team of the year

Winner – Stoke City FC

Highly recommended – Primark

Manager of the year

Winner – Lindsay Hurdle (Jack & Jones)

Congratulations – Paul Wright (The Entertainer)

Potteries Center general manager Amy Whittaker said: “After a two-year hiatus, it’s been fantastic to have these awards once again, to spotlight some of Stoke on Trent’s favorite shops and restaurants as well as the people who make our center a great place to visit.

“It’s no secret that retail has had challenges to overcome due to the pandemic, but I’m delighted with the continued commitment of our center and store/restaurant staff. This awards ceremony gives us the chance to recognize our hard-working teams – and having them voted on by the public makes that even more rewarding.”

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